The Everyday Philanthropist demystifies giving, charity, impact, overhead ratios and philanthropy for generous people of all ages and abilities. It?s breakthrough thinking. It?s a concise and counterintuitive guide for everyone?from wealthy benefactors to high school activists to families that want their lives to matter. It’s written by Dan Pallotta, the world?s leading advocate for reversing the giving indoctrination we?ve all been given. Dan Pallotta created the AIDSRides and Breast Cancer 3-Days which raised half a billion dollars in nine years?more money raised more quickly for those causes than any events in history. They were the subject of a Harvard Business School case study. He has given hundreds of talks on philanthropy all over the world and has worked with community service organizations on the ground as well as the wealthiest, most iconic philanthropist on earth. The book will surprise and inspire you. Where once you might have thought the world of philanthropy to be just for the wealthy, or thought of it as dry and boring, or thought you already knew everything you needed to know, The Everyday Philanthropist will open your eyes to new ideas and a lifestyle of making a difference that?s actually exciting. Some key points: Reads in an hour; Fits in a pocket; Reverses a lifetime of donor indoctrination about giving; 32 quick and easy-to-understand micro chapters; Clear and helpful graphics elucidate key points; Written for the layperson ? no fancy specialty or academic language of the trade; Breakthrough approach and thinking make it equally valuable for even the wealthiest, most sophisticated philanthropists and foundations; Irresistible to hold with rounded corners and soft-touch aqueous coating; Great as a gift for people from all walks of life, from high school and up; Nonprofits should consider buying in bulk as gifts for donors, and to enhance literacy among staff and boards. CONTACT US REGARDING BULK ORDERS OF 5 OR MORE.
Specification: The Everyday Philanthropist: A Better Way to Make a Better World